Nicole Abboud started the Gen Why Lawyer Podcast 3 years ago. To celebrate the 3-year anniversary, I interviewed Nicole about how the podcast idea came about, how she started it and the main lessons she’s learned in the past few years. Nicole is a business owner, Millennial speaker, adjunct college professor, attorney, and podcaster. She loves studying businesses: why they exist, how they operate, what sort of impact they make, how they grow, how they die! She started a new podcast called Leaders Love Company where she interviews Leaders on these topics. Along with her podcast and speaking, she writes about building a sustainable business and making the leap into entrepreneurship for Forbes Bankable.
What You’ll Learn in this Episode:
- What Nicole has been up to lately,
- Her greatest accomplishments/successes in the past 3 years,
- Lessons learned from the past few years and from starting a podcast,
- video and podcasting as a young lawyer - How can lawyers find their brand and unique voice and be able to share that via audio, video, writing etc,
- Time frame for trying social media platforms or various content delivery platforms,
- Is there a time frame for trying new things?
- Definition of success and how to come up with a personal answer.
Don't Sweat the Small Stuff . . . and It's All Small Stuff: Simple Ways to Keep the Little Things from Taking Over Your Life (Don't Sweat the Small Stuff Series) by Richard Carlson (Author)
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